Reds score 7 runs with 2 outs in 9th to beat Cleveland

Cleveland manager Terry Francona expected to see Oliver Perez run out of the bullpen. Pitching coach Carl Willis made the call for Dan Otero instead.

The mix-up was a miserable one for the Indians.

Joey Votto hit a go-ahead, three-run double off Otero in the ninth inning as visiting Cincinnati scored seven times with two outs, overcoming a gem by Trevor Bauer to beat Cleveland 7-4 on Tuesday night.

Francona instructed Willis to have “O-P” warm up, referring to Oliver Perez, with the bases loaded and a 4-3 lead with closer Cody Allen struggling. Willis misunderstood the message, believing he had used Otero’s nickname of “O-T.
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